Carrie Underwood gave her first performance since falling outside her home and receiving around 50 stitches in her face at the ACM Awards. While the singer initially warned fans that she "might look a bit different," she looked gorgeous and teared up near the end of her performance.
Stormy Daniels announced that she is launching a gender-neutral, limited edition perfume named Truth. The former adult film star, says the scent is infused with “sensual pheromones” and is inspired by her legal battle with President Trump and his former lawyer Michael Cohen.
Tammy Duckworth has become the first U.S. Senator -- and one of just 10 women in Congress -- to give birth while in office with the arrival of a baby girl named Maile. It “isn't just a women's issue, it's an economic issue and one that affects all parents,” she said.
Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox has said it would sell off Sky News to Disney after facing regulatory concerns over Fox’s monopoly on the British news market. Earlier this year, Disney proposed a takeover of all of 21st Century Fox, which has yet to be approved by regulators.
Linda Brown, the child at the center of the 1954 Brown vs. Board of Education Supreme Court case, has died. The case dismantled federal education laws that allowed segregated schools for black and white students, although Brown never got the chance to attend unsegregated school.
Co-founder of Miramax Films and The Weinstein Company, film mogul Harvey Weinstein helped produce such acclaimed features as 'Pulp Fiction,' 'Good Will Hunting' and 'Shakespeare in Love.' He was fired from his studio in 2017 amid allegations of sexual harassment.
Millie Bobby Brown left Twitter after becoming the target of a hateful meme, where people attributed nasty messages to the ‘Stranger Things’ actress. Harassment began last November with #TakeDownMillieBobbyBrown after a user falsely accused Brown of snatching her hijab.
After winning a Best Original Screenplay Oscar for ‘Get Out,’ Jordan Peele will be reuniting with his ‘Key and Peele’ partner Keegan-Michael Key for a stop-motion animated feature. The Netflix film will be directed by Henry Selick, known for ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ and ‘Coraline.’
Hubert de Givenchy has died at 91. Best known for designing Audrey Hepburn's little black dress in ‘Breakfast at Tiffany's,’ Givenchy was one of several Paris-based designers, including Christian Dior, Yves Saint Laurent and Christobal Balenciaga, who redefined fashion following World War II.
Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake have put their NYC SoHo penthouse on the market for nearly $8 million after buying a $20 million apartment twice the size in Tribeca. The 3-bedroom, 2.6K square-foot apartment has 10-foot ceilings and a private wraparound terrace.
Bryan Cranston is joining Angelina Jolie in ‘The One and Only Ivan,’ a movie about a gorilla who lives in a cage in a mall with a baby elephant and a stray dog. Cranston, who was nominated for an Oscar for ‘Trumbo’ and is currently on the London stage, will play a failing circus owner.
Roger Goodell is expected to fine Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones millions of dollars for derailing contract negotiations and defending a suspended player, according to The New York Times. Last fall Jones argued that the NFL commissioner’s contract was too generous while threatening to sue several fellow owners.
Disney's ‘Black Panther’ was the fifth-highest domestic movie opening of all time, with 97% approval on Rotten Tomatoes. The superhero film, with a nearly all-black cast including Lupita Nyong'o, Michael B. Jordan and Chadwick Boseman, touches on colonialism and slavery.